Salvano Winery, Nestled in Gentle Hills of the Langhe
The Salvano Winery is located on the gentle slopes of the Langhe hills in northern Italy. The oldest vineyard of the winery is situated in Diano d’Alba and others in Ricca, Rodino, Barbaresco, Treiso, Serralunga, and Monforte. The cellar, established in 1991, has separate departments for vinification, bottling, maturation, and storage. It consists of large Slavonian oak barrels with a capacity of 225 liters and 1000 liters.
Story Behind the Winery
The story of Salvano’s history dates back to the 1930s when Angelo Salvano started producing wines in his farmstead, known as Grillo. After World War II, Saverio Salvano extended the family business and shifted the winery to Valle Talloria where the name “Salvano” came into practice. In 1982, Luciana Agnello and Piero Sobrero purchased Salvano and introduced modern methods of wine production. The couple now has expanded their sales to US and German markets.
At Salvano Winery, each Family Member has their Role
In 1991, Salvano underwent a new rustic-style renovation. The owner revived the old farmhouses in Langha with arches and exposed brick. Today, Piero is the General Manager of the winery, and his wife, Luciana, is responsible for Public Relations. Massimo and Alessio, sons of Luciana, act as Sales Manager and Account Manager, respectively. Salvano Winery grows a wide range of vines, including Barbera, Dolcetto, Nebbiolo, Chardonnay, and Cabernet Sauvignon. They also cultivate lush, fruit forward Merlot, Pinot Noir, Moscato, and Sauvignon Blanc wines. We invite you to visit this charming winery in the Langhe Hills for a tasting and wine tour. A journery to Salvano Winery will be memorable for all.